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Students Return To Classes At Virginia Tech

Updated: 08/20/2007 - Students at Virginia Tech returned to classes Monday for the beginning of the fall semester hoping for a fresh start nearly four months after the tragic shootings that claimed the lives of 32 people.

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Two VT Students In Critical Condition After Gas Leak

Updated: 08/20/2007 - Two Virginia Tech students were in critical condition and 15 others were hospitalized Sunday after a carbon monoxide leak at an apartment complex. The two students were airlifted to the UVA Medical Center.

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Virginia Tech Memorial Dedicated

Updated: 08/19/2007 - More than 10,000 people descended on the Virginia Tech campus Sunday for the dedication of 32 memorial stones for those killed by a student at Virginia Tech last spring.

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UVA Introduces New Online Application System

Updated: 08/19/2007 - There's a new way to apply to the largest employer in the Charlottesville area. Saturday the University of Virginia held an open house to help applicants learn how to apply with the new system.

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Survivors Run To Raise Organ Donation Awareness

Updated: 08/18/2007 - There's a critical shortage of of organ donors across the country and right here in the Commonwealth. On average 3 Virginians die each week waiting for a life saving transplant. Saturday, one group tried to reduce that number and help save lives.

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Beach Reopens After Unsafe Levels Of E. Coli

Posted: 08/18/2007 - A beach at Lake Montclair in Prince William County has reopened after being closed earlier this summer because of unsafe levels of E. coli.

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Virginian Arrested In NJ Schoolyard Massacre

Updated: 08/18/2007 - Federal marshals have arrested two more suspects, including Virginian Alexander Alfaro, in the deadly schoolyard shootings in Newark, New Jersey, two weeks ago.

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Drought Ups Carwash Business

Updated: 08/18/2007 - The Albemarle County drought warning is asking people not to wash their own cars, now business is headed to the local carwashes.

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Pricey Water Fines

Updated: 08/17/2007 - The area's drought warning now means water restrictions. Local water authorities say they will be enforcing the rules and handing out steep fines if residents don't comply.

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Food Projects Urge Support From Senate

Updated: 08/17/2007 - Federal funding for community food projects, like the one at Friendship Court, have not been voted as a mandatory spending measure as it has been for the past 10 years.

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